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GIS-based Metallogenic Prognosis of Lead-Zinc Deposits in China
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 Title & Authors
GIS-based Metallogenic Prognosis of Lead-Zinc Deposits in China
Tang, Panke; Wang, Chunyan;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we introduce the application of several currently-representative methods for mineral resources potential assessment on Geographic information system(hereinafter referred to as GIS), and combined with mineral resources potential assessment performed in China and with lead-zinc deposits taken as an example, summarized and divided minerals prediction and assessment models; on this basis, this paper presented the process of metallogenic prognosis based on MRAS platform, and made a simple analysis on existing problems.
 Keywords
GIS;Mineral resources potential assessment;Lead-zinc deposits;Mineral resources prediction and assessment model;MARS;Metallogenic prognosis;
 Language
English
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